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The Last Knight Mission To Cybertron Glyph Decoder Giveaway Now Appearing At Toys R Us

Thanks to Prime135 we've got word that Toys R Us locations in the US are starting to put out Glyph Decoder cards with their stock of The Last Knight toys. These are free to take and depict the movie-use Cybertronian alphabet, with their associated real-world letters to allow translations. This ties in to the run of exclusive product Toys R Us is expected to carry, packaging snippets for some of which we have already likely seen. The use of the Cyber Glyphs looks like it will be a major part of this, on packaging or even the toys themselves. You can find Prime135's photo of the card below!

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